DD to telecast live India-West Indies non-Test matches

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NEW DELHI: Doordarshan is telecasting live the single T-20 cricket match and five one-dayers between India and West Indies.

The T20's telecast on 4 June is from 7.30 pm, while the first ODI will be telecast on 6 June at 6.30 pm. Both the matches will be held at the Queen’s Park, Oval, Port of Spain, in Trinidad and will be preceded and succeeded by a half-hour Fourth Umpire discussion about the match.


The other one-dayers are being held on 8 June (Queen’s Park Oval), 11 and 13 June (Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua), and 16 June (Sabina Park, Jamaica).

Doordarshan will not telecast live the three Tests starting on 20 and 28 June and on 6 July.


The pubcaster will do the marketing for the telecasts on DD One and then split the revenue 25.75 with the rights holders, Ten Sports.

DD will also telecast live the French Open Men’s Finals on 5 June from Roland Garros, France. This will also be preceded and succeeded by a half-hour Fourth Umpire discussion about the match.

The rights are held by ESPN and so DD will share the marketing revenue 25:75 with the sports channel. It will not telecast the women’s final as it clashes with the T20 in West Indies.
http://www.indiantelevision.com/headlines/y2k11/june/june29.php
 
Yes but picture quality is better in ten cricket.
 
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